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JERRALD ISAAC BARRINO "JERRY"
April 12, 1951 ~ February 9, 2024 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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Jerrald Isaac Barrino, also known as “Jerry” born on April 12, 1951, age 72 of Canton Ohio joined the celebration of life on February 9, 2024, sunrise. Jerry was a joy and a laugh for everyone that he came in contact with and a kind soul here on earth. Jerry is preceded in death by his parents, Marjorie and Robert Barrino; brother Robbie Barrino and daughter Lisa Barrino. He is survived by his wife, Beverly Barrino of 50 years, daughter Kellie James (Rudy), Robert Barrino; sisters Theresa Freeman, Jacqueline Freeman, Patricia Barrino and Cheryl Barrino and brothers Kevin and Gregory Barrino; grandchildren Ashauna Mathews, Kamri, Jayden, and Nevaeh Barrino, and Kyrece James; bonus daughter Tameka Martin, bonus son Rahji Davis; and special friends Charles Poulson and Abraham Smith. Jerrald leaves behind a host of friends and close family members who will cherish the close memories they shared with him. Jerry attended McKinley High School and was a proud veteran of the Vietnam War. Throughout Jerry’s life he worked at Timken for 30 years, the department of the Stark County Developmental Disabilities, McKinley Healthcare Center, and Canton City Schools. Working hard to provide for his family and live a comfortable life was something that he prided himself in. Outside of work Jerry loved to hang out in his garage with family and friends and listen to the southern blues. He had a passion for old school cars, electronics and building things, which brought joy and fulfillment to his life. Jerrald Barrino was known for his giving heart and joyous spirit and will be remembered for the love and laughter that he shared with all of those around him. The family welcomes friends and loved ones to join us in celebrating Jerrald Barrino’s life at Special Occasions Venue, 220 Dueber Ave SW, Canton, OH 44706 after the services. Although Jerry’s departure leaves a void that cannot be filled, his spirit flourishes forever in those that he loved most.